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Ford Mustang History and Development 1998 – 1999

Ford Mustang History and Development 1998 – Round Body Mustang 1998 was the last year of the “Round Body Mustang” and the only year that the “Sports” package was offered by the manufacturer. The “Sports” package featured black stripes on the hood no matter what color the body of the car was and that stripe extended over to the wheel wells, and the styling cue that made it famous: three vertical strip taillights. Read More »

1992 All Time Sales Low – 1995 Ford’s New Mustang Project

1992 Ford Mustang Sales Hit an All Time Low As the Mustang generation seemed to be outgrowing the pony, sales hit an all time low of 79,280 for the model year. Ford’s one consolation was that the Pontiac Firebird and the Chevy Camero were doing even worse in sales. Nevertheless, sales were steady if nothing else and the Mustang was still ahead of the pack. This sales stretch was due, in part, to the Stang’s vintage character. As other cars became more sporty and streamlined, the Ford Mustang remained in a class by itself offering an attitude... Read More »

SVT Cobra – Ford Mustang Indianapolis 500 Pace Car

Ford Mustang History and Development 1991 to 1993 – SVT Cobra Looking back at the Ford Mustang and its progression it seems that there were times that there were very few changes from year to year. This is especially true in the early 1990s. In 1991, the only change that we can note is the new five spoke 16? wheels that both the LX and the GT had. This same car carried on through 1992 with minimal and less then special edition models with special wheels and paint jobs until the year 1993. Read More »

Mustang GT – The Boss is Back – Ford Mustang Turns 20 Years Old

Return of the Mustang GT – The Boss is Back 1982 saw the return of the Mustang GT, only this time it was developed on the Fox platform. Ford also introduced the HO engine, too, which was a very popular move. The Mustang GT HO engine won the quickest domestic car vote in 1982 and it was also really cheap too. 1982 certainly put Ford back on the map with this Mustang and it came with a new advertising slogan “The Boss is Back.” Read More »

A New Generation Mustang – 1981 Ford Mustang a Disappointment

1979 Ford Mustang a New Generation Mustang Over time, the Ford Mustang has developed into quite a car. Ford has actively been competing against Chevrolet for years and between the years, 1979-1984 things were certainly no different. However, Ford has definitely held their own and if you take a look at the cars that were developed between 1979 and 1984, you will soon realize why. Read More »

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